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A hundred years after WW1, it is sobering to think either side could win in just days with modern technology. What will we make in 2114-18?

@Conn_Iggulden
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@DamienKempf @holland_tom @britishlibrary @BLMedieval @BL_Shop @BL_Publishing Looks fantastic. Pre-ordered. Look forward to it.

@Conn_Iggulden
3 hours ago

@ImBobbyYea Ah Gemmell. His books were just...wonderful, unexplainable wonders. Tolkien was ok. I've heard his hobbits were quite popular.

@Conn_Iggulden
3 hours ago

@ImBobbyYea Thank you. An early development influenced by Caesar and Genghis Khan would be...an interesting one. :)

@Conn_Iggulden
12 hours ago

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King Henry V - the great Lion of England - is long dead.

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